Dear teachers, I have some doubts about the use and the concrete meaning of the phrasal verb "to get together".
1) in the sentence below, can "to get together" be replaced with "to pull together"? Are they synonyms?
A. Hey, Get yourself together! Everyone's watching you.
2) What's the meaning of "to get it together" in the sentence below? Might it mean "to relax", "to calm down" or is it always a synonym of "to pull oneself together"?
B. Sheila was very upset before the get-together, but she got it together before her friends came over.
Re: get together
Originally Posted by dilodi83
I believe you understand that "to get together" and "to pull together" have entirely different meanings when not used with a reflexive or other personal pronoun. If not, submit another thread.
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